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Bamboo Sushi

  • 310 S.E. 28th Ave. Map It
  • Southeast
  • Japanese

Known for

  • Sustainable seafood
  • Stylish decor

Published 01/19/2016

Fodor's Review

The best sushi spot in Portland is also the most environmentally sustainable, sourcing its fish conscientiously from fishing operations that follow eco-friendly guidelines. Try the black cod with smoked soy and roasted garlic glaze or the house-smoked wild ivory salmon nigiri. Or, opt for a couple of the signature rolls, like the Lucky 13, an albacore tuna, cucumber, and avocado roll topped with red crab, scallops, yuzu tobiko, and cilantro. A number of tasty izakaya-style nonseafood items are offered, too, such as pork belly with hot mustard sauce and crispy fried-chicken thighs. The sleek, modern interior gives the place a polished, classy feel, and although no item is priced over $20, a meal of several small plates can quickly become spendy. Sidewalk tables allow you to bask in the sunshine while enjoying your meal. There are additional locations on 23rd Avenue in Nob Hill, Alberta Street in Northeast, and Stark Street in Downtown's West End (this branch also has an adjacent Hawaiian-style poke bar, called Bamboo Sushi Annex.

Restaurant Information


310 S.E. 28th Ave., Portland, Oregon, 97214, USA

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Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch

Published 01/19/2016


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